UN01.DE - Uniper SE

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
21.76
-0.54 (-2.42%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close22.30
Open22.26
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range21.76 - 22.26
52 Week Range21.76 - 27.74
Volume889,328
Avg. Volume797,815
Market Cap7.963B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.60
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.15
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.74 (3.25%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-07
1y Target Est24.18
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents8 days ago

    Edited Transcript of UN01.DE earnings conference call or presentation 13-Nov-18 7:30am GMT

    Nine Months 2018 Uniper SE Earnings Call

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Exclusive - Activist investor Elliott has stake in Germany's Bayer: sources

    FRANKFURT/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Activist investor Elliott has taken a position in Germany's Bayer (BAYGn.DE), adding to the slew of investments the fund has made in German companies, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday. Elliott has held shares in Bayer for more than a year, two of the sources said, declining to specify the size of the stake. While Elliott has tried to talk to Bayer's top management it has not been able to get a meeting with Chief Executive Werner Baumann or his colleagues, one of the sources said, adding that Baumann also declined to talk to other hedge funds invested in the company.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    German solar battery maker Sonnen qualifies to provide grid services

    German solar battery maker Sonnen has won approval to join the lucrative market for keeping the country's power network in balance, giving a boost to its drive to reach profitability. Jean-Baptiste Cornefert, head of Sonnen's eServices retail unit, told Reuters it had been accepted by Germany's biggest power grid firm TenneT to join the so-called balancing market, in which companies compete in auctions to either deliver power or take it into storage to keep the system balanced. Sonnen will start bidding in so-called primary balancing power auctions from next week by pooling the power generation and storage of its thousands of small customers, he said.

  • Germany to back Russian gas link despite Ukraine tensions
    Reuters15 days ago

    Germany to back Russian gas link despite Ukraine tensions

    Germany will not withdraw its political support for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline with Russia, its foreign minister said on Monday, as some lawmakers suggested curtailing the project to punish Moscow for its seizure of Ukrainian ships and their crew. Russia is resisting international calls to release three Ukrainian ships seized last month in the Kerch Strait, which controls access to the Sea of Azov near the Crimea region that Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Germany to back Russian gas link despite Ukraine tensions

    Germany will not withdraw its political support for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline with Russia, its foreign minister said on Monday, as some lawmakers suggested curtailing the project to punish Moscow for its seizure of Ukrainian ships and their crew. Russia is resisting international calls to release three Ukrainian ships seized last month in the Kerch Strait, which controls access to the Sea of Azov near the Crimea region that Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    Germany's coal commission advises to start coal exit in the west - Der Spiegel

    Germany will start to shut down coal-fired power plants in the west of the country, Der Spiegel magazine reported on Friday, citing an internal document of the governmental coal commission which is currently evaluating Germany's strategy for exiting coal energy. Most power plants in west Germany, corresponding to 37 gigawatt of electricity in total, will go offline between 2022 and 2030, the report added, whereas plants in east Germany would not go offline before a second phase starts in 2030.

  • Reuterslast month

    Uniper urges caution in Germany's exit from coal

    Germany should take care in closing coal-fired power plants to avoid disruption and spread risks evenly, power utility Uniper said on Tuesday. Chief Finance Officer Christopher Delbrueck said on a call with journalists that Uniper had proposed including hard coal plants in a security reserve of 2.7 gigawatts (GW) of brown-coal fired capacity. "This...could provide supply security despite the coming exit from nuclear power (by 2022)," he said.

  • Reuterslast month

    Canada's Goldboro LNG project to issue equity before mid-2019 FID

    Pieridae Energy, the company behind the Goldboro liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project on Canada's east coast, wants to issue new equity before taking a Final Investment Decision (FID) by the middle of next year, an executive said. Mark Brown, Vice President of Business Development, said finalising offtake agreements -- usually the stumbling block for projects seeking FIDs -- is not an issue due to the large buying commitment it has from German utility Uniper. "The financing would be to raise the capital through the issuance of equity in the project," he said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Vattenfall looks to gas and biomass as end of coal power looms

    FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - Vattenfall is considering converting its German coal-fired power stations to use fuels including gas or biomass as utility companies in the country brace for a government deadline for phasing out coal altogether. The end of coal is the latest major challenge power firms face in Germany, whose energy transformation, or "Energiewende", has already included a rushed exit from nuclear power and a costly expansion of solar and wind capacity. Vattenfall https://corporate.vattenfall.com, owned by the Swedish state, operates 2.9 gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power stations in Germany, including the 1.7 GW Moorburg site that only opened three years ago and supplies 80 percent of Hamburg's electricity.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    FOCUS-Vattenfall looks to gas and biomass as end of coal power looms

    FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Vattenfall is considering converting its German coal-fired power stations to use fuels including gas or biomass as utility companies in the country brace for a government deadline for phasing out coal altogether. The end of coal is the latest major challenge power firms face in Germany, whose energy transformation, or "Energiewende", has already included a rushed exit from nuclear power and a costly expansion of solar and wind capacity. Vattenfall https://corporate.vattenfall.com, owned by the Swedish state, operates 2.9 gigawatts (GW) of coal-fired power stations in Germany, including the 1.7 GW Moorburg site that only opened three years ago and supplies 80 percent of Hamburg's electricity.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Fortum CEO says talks with Uniper will take time

    HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Fortum (FORTUM.HE) said on Wednesday that it did not expect any quick progress for its cooperation talks with Germany's Uniper , in which it holds a large stake. Fortum in ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    German steel sector warns against abrupt halt to coal-fired power

    An abrupt end to coal-fired power generation in Germany would damage the steel industry's competitiveness by pushing up electricity prices, the head of the country's steel association warned on Monday. Hans Juergen Kerkhoff said he expects rising power prices from a hasty withdrawal from coal to lead to additional electricity costs of between 140 million euros and 220 million euros (193.7 million pounds) a year for the steel industry. Germany has tasked a commission with creating a roadmap for phasing out coal as an energy source, similar to a previous landmark decision to exit nuclear energy after the Fukushima disaster in Japan.

  • Thyssenkrupp's 30 percent Industrials stake may pave way for M&A - union
    Reuters2 months ago

    Thyssenkrupp's 30 percent Industrials stake may pave way for M&A - union

    DUISBURG, Germany/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp (TKAG.DE) will keep a stake of around 30 percent in the capital goods business it plans to spin off, a labour representative at the German conglomerate said, paving the way for an eventual takeover bid once it decides to sell out. Under the plan, Thyssenkrupp shareholders will own a majority of Thyssenkrupp Industrials, which will include the elevators, car parts and plant engineering units, while Thyssenkrupp will be renamed Thyssenkrupp Materials and keep a minority stake. This was likely to be "around 30 percent", Tekin Nasikkol, head of the works council at Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe and a member of Thyssenkrupp's supervisory board, told reporters.

  • Split marks only first step in Thyssenkrupp renewal
    Reuters3 months ago

    Split marks only first step in Thyssenkrupp renewal

    ESSEN/DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp (TKAG.DE) still has a long road ahead of it trying to raise margins and profits in its mediocre business divisions, investors and analysts said, adding a landmark move to split itself in two needed to be followed by changes to strategy. In one of the most radical shake-ups of a big German company in decades, Thyssenkrupp said on Thursday it would spin off its elevators, car parts and plant engineering divisions, splitting the submarines-to-steel conglomerate into two listed entities. The spun off entity, Thyssenkrupp Industrials, will be minority-owned by Thyssenkrupp Materials, the remaining 18 billion-euro ($20.8 billion) business which will also include metals distribution, a 50 percent stake in the company's future steel joint venture with Tata (TISC.NS), bearings and forging, and naval vessels.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Qatar Petroleum looking at downstream investments in Germany

    Qatar Petroleum is looking at a range of possible investments in Germany, including downstream projects and cooperation deals with smaller companies, as part of its overall drive to find new markets for liquefied natural gas, the company's CEO said. "We are looking into investing further in the downstream with the objective of monetizing our gas … and finding a new market for our gas," al-Kaadi told a Qatari-German investment conference.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Qatar Petroleum looking at downstream investments in Germany

    Qatar Petroleum is looking at a range of possible investments in Germany, including downstream projects and cooperation deals with smaller companies, as part of its overall drive to find new markets for liquefied natural gas, the company's CEO said. Chief Executive Saad Sherida al-Kaabi on Friday confirmed his company's discussions with big German firms Uniper and RWE about cooperating on a potential local LNG terminal. "We are looking into investing further in the downstream with the objective of monetizing our gas … and finding a new market for our gas," al-Kaadi told a Qatari-German investment conference.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Qatar eyes Germany's energy, finance sectors with 10 billion euro investment

    The Gulf state of Qatar said on Friday it would invest 10 billion euros (8.9 billion pounds) to strengthen its ties with Germany over the next five years, including the possible creation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal. Qatar's Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani announced the funding boost for its long-term trading partner and Europe's largest economy at a bilateral investment conference in Berlin. Germany is Europe's biggest energy consumer.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    RWE secures substantial capacity of planned German LNG terminal

    German utility RWE (RWEG.DE) on Thursday said it had secured access to substantial annual capacity of a planned German terminal to import liquefied natural gas (LNG). "LNG will play an important role in the North-West European gas market and therefore we are very pleased to take this step forward towards an LNG terminal in Germany," RWE executive Andree Stracke said in a statement. German LNG Terminal is planning a final investment decision on the terminal in Brunsbuettel, northern Germany - which would have an annual capacity of 5 billion cubic metres - at the end of next year.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Qatar Petroleum in talks over potential German LNG terminal

    and RWE (RWEG.DE) about cooperating on a potential local LNG terminal, its chief executive told a paper. "We have a serious interest in participating in a German LNG terminal and are talking to Uniper and RWE," Saad Al-Kaabi told business daily Handelsblatt in an interview ahead of the Qatar Germany Business and Investment Forum in Berlin on Sept. 7.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Nord Stream 2 pipeline on track despite sanctions risk, operator says

    MOSCOW/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The Nord Stream 2 pipeline to transport Russian gas to Germany is progressing on schedule, its operator said on Friday, with European investors still committed to the project despite criticism from the United States and the threat of sanctions. Berlin and Moscow have been at odds since Russia annexed Crimea four years ago, but they have a common interest in the Nord Stream 2 project. The pipeline will allow Russia to bypass Ukraine, where its gas giant Gazprom has faced past disruptions.

  • Savvy European utilities shield themselves from higher carbon costs
    Reuters4 months ago

    Savvy European utilities shield themselves from higher carbon costs

    FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - The surging costs of carbon permits have caused some of Europe's biggest utilities to lock in purchases in advance, while nuclear and hydro firms are benefiting from the knock-on effect on power prices. Carbon permits traded under the EU's Emissions Trading System (ETS) have become the best performing commodity this year, almost trebling in price to over 21 euros (18.86 pounds) a tonne since January on the back of stronger energy prices and measures to reduce supply. The ETS, which charges power plants and factories for every tonne of carbon dioxide they emit, has suffered from excess supply since the financial crisis which dragged prices down to lows of 2-3 euros a tonne.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents4 months ago

    Edited Transcript of UN01.DE earnings conference call or presentation 7-Aug-18 6:30am GMT

    Half Year 2018 Uniper SE Earnings Call

  • Reuters5 months ago

    CEO to take break from running Germany's Uniper for cancer treatment

    The chief executive of Germany's Uniper, Klaus Schaefer, will take a break from running the company while he is being treated for cancer, the utility said. "Klaus Schaefer has informed the Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Dr. Bernhard Reutersberg, that he is suffering from cancer and that the treatment will take several months," Uniper said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • CEO to take break from running Germany's Uniper for cancer treatment
    Reuters5 months ago

    CEO to take break from running Germany's Uniper for cancer treatment

    , Klaus Schaefer, will take a break from running the company while he is being treated for cancer, the utility said. "Klaus Schaefer has informed the Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Dr. Bernhard Reutersberg, that he is suffering from cancer and that the treatment will take several months," Uniper said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • Moody's5 months ago

    EnBW International Finance B.V. -- Moody's: German renewable and decarbonisation targets will continue to challenge conventional power generators

    Germany is on track to meet its EU renewables target by 2020, but will likely miss both EU and its own more demanding emissions targets, says Moody's Investors Service in a report published today. Conventional power generators RWE AG (Baa3 stable) and Uniper SE will remain exposed to tightening decarbonisation policies as Germany pushes through more measures to hit its targets and safeguard the credibility of its national long-term climate policy. Moody's report, "Europe's electricity markets: In Germany, national policies will continue to challenge conventional generators," is available on www.moodys.com.